Calling serious athletes, casual joggers, dog walkers and anyone who enjoys a Sunday morning stroll in God’s own country, the 15th Bramham Park Fun Run is now open. Applications from teams from local businesses are particularly encouraged.
The event is open to all, from the most serious runners, to people who just want a stroll in the park. The start is at 10:30am on Sunday 6th October on the main drive of Bramham Park outside the Hall. There are two routes: 10km, which is very challenging, and 5km for casual joggers and walkers. Both routes use paths entirely within the park and offer beautiful surroundings and views. Participants have returned to the event year on year and brought their friends and family.
Last year 486 people entered and raised nearly £7,600 for Cancer Research UK Again this year the money raised will be supporting the research conducted in St James Hospital, Leeds by Professor Alan Melcher into using common viruses to destroy cancer cells.
The event is yet again being sponsored by local estate agents, Beadnall Copley, and, as before they are covering all the set up costs. This means that all the money raised by participants will go directly to help Cancer Research UK.
The entry fees are £8 for adults, £4.50 for children and £19.50 for families (maximum 4 people). Registration and sponsorship forms can be obtained by contacting:
Ann Newton Tel: 01937 841470
For more information or entry forms, please see our web site:
Beadnall Copley, the sponsor of the run, is the region’s leading independent estate agent with offices in Wetherby, Harrogate and Ripon, providing an unrivalled, quality service and expert marketing winning awards time after time for achieving excellent sales results. For further information contact their website www.beadnallcopley.co.uk.
Cancer Research UK is the largest independent cancer research organisation in the world. Its vision is to conquer cancer through world class research, carried out by a dedicated team of 3,000 internationally recognised scientists and doctors. For details of their work go to the web site at: www.cancerresearchuk.org.